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Infernal Magicks

Infernal Magicks: A Guide to Spells in the Nine Hells supplies your DM toolkit with altered spell descriptions befitting a game set in an infernal setting, such as the Descent into Avernus adventure. Use spell descriptions to surprise, delight, and horrify your players with an infernal edge added to OVER 100 spells from the Player’s Handbook and Xanathar’s Guide to Everything.

Examples from the Text:

Blade Barrier: The vertical wall is made of wickedly sharp, curved blades of black metal. As the blades whirl in the air they catch against each other, sending sparks raining down and causing awful shrieks of noise.

Create Bonfire: The fire created by this spell is like a wildfire twister, raging uncontrollably for the duration. When the space the bonfire is formed in is occupied the shapes flickering inside the whirling devil flicker to look like skulls.

Holy Weapon: As holy power fills the weapon this spell is cast on, it hums lightly and small sparks bounce off of it as it tries to smite the fiendish air around it.

Lightning Arrow: This arrow sends a streak of lightning towards the target. On a hit, they alight with white fire, a hallmark of lighting in Stygia, the flames burning with extreme cold before disappearing without a trace. The damage taken is still lightning damage.

Misty Step: Rather than being briefly surrounded by silvery mist, you are instead engulfed momentarily by a vertical pillar of illusory flame. Until your next turn your gear is almost imperceptibly smoking.

 
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